postdoctoral position announcement

Julie Moore julmoore at cvm.vet.uga.edu
Wed Oct 10 17:16:57 EST 2001


Dear Flow Colleagues--

Please bring this announcement to the attention of postdocs or
others at your institutions who may find this opportunity to be of
interest.  This announcement will also appear soon in Science and
at the Science Online website
(http://recruit.sciencemag.org/jobsearch.dtl).

Thank you.

Julie Moore
University of Georgia



                        Postdoctoral Position
               Immunology of Malaria During Pregnancy
NIH-funded position available to study cell-mediated immune
mechanisms involved in protection and pathogenesis of placental
malaria, with a focus on development and maintenance of T cell
memory.  This position will provide a unique opportunity to
interact with a multidisciplinary, multicenter team of scientists in
the U.S. and overseas working together on various aspects of
the immunology, epidemiology, parasitology, and molecular
biology of malaria.  We are seeking a highly motivated candidate
with a strong laboratory background in immunology and
molecular biology, preferably with at least one to two years of
postdoctoral research completed and some supervisory
experience.  Previous work in a malarious area is a plus.  Must
be willing to spend up to nine months each year working in
Kenya.  Interested candidates should send a detailed curriculum
vitae, a statement of research interests, and three letters of
reference to: Julie Moore, PhD, Department of Medical
Microbiology and Parasitology, College of Veterinary Medicine,
University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 30602, USA.  Email:
{ HYPERLINK "mailto:julmoore at vet.uga.edu" }julmoore at vet.uga.edu; fax: 706-542-0059.
Applications will
be accepted until the position is filled.  The University of
Georgia is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Institution.



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